When we present our clients with their options concerning various types of liability insurance, one liability coverage that we present to them that they have a difficult time understanding and comprehending why they even need this coverage is Orange County, CA Pollution Liability Insurance. In the course of doing business these days, especially if your company is a contractor such as an HVAC Contractor, Roofing Contractor, Painting Contractor, Paving Contractor, Renovation Contractor, or a Drilling Contractor, to name a few, may encounter various pollution risks from operations at their job sites. Contractors, in general, no matter what there particular trade is, face many potential risks such as an accidental release of fuel oil, contaminated soil disposal, toxic gases, or chemicals as a result of broken pipelines or utilities and mobile or stationary fuel tanks.
By acquiring an Orange County Pollution Liability Insurance Policy, it could provide coverage for a range of pollution risks that come with construction projects. In fact, a major reason that Pollution Liability Insurance Coverage exists today is that almost all standard liability policies issued these days contain a provision that will exclude coverage due to damage caused by pollution. If there is one thing we know for sure with the construction industry, there are an abundant amount of potential pollution exposures that could cause your business severe financial pain. If your company is not properly insured for these particular types of liability claims, the damage to your company’s bottom line could be devastating if a suit or claim were to be filed against it.
Besides contractors, there are other types of business that would benefit from having an Orange County, CA Pollution Liability Policy. Here are some other businesses who should seriously considering acquiring pollution coverage: Any company having anything to do with Agribusiness, Healthcare Facilities, especially Hospitals, Manufacturing and Processing Plants, Underground Contractors, and, especially, if your business has underground or above ground storage tanks.